Columbus Day

October 12, 1998

This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area today for Columbus Day:

Anne Arundel County

County offices open

Courts closed

Libraries open

Public schools open

Trash removal regular

Annapolis

City offices open

Courts closed

Parking meters feed

Public schools open

Trash removal regular pickup

Baltimore

City offices closed

Courts closed

Libraries closed

Parking meters feed

Public schools open

Trash removal no pickup

Baltimore County

County offices closed

Courts closed

Libraries closed

Parking meters feed

Public schools open

Trash removal regular pickup

Carroll County

County offices closed

Courts closed

Libraries open

Public schools open

Trash removal ask contractor

Frederick County

County offices closed

Courts closed

Libraries closed

Public schools open

Trash removal ask contractor

Harford County

County offices open

Courts closed

Libraries open

Public schools open

Trash removal ask contractor

Howard County

County offices closed

Courts closed

Libraries closed

Parking meters feed

Public schools open

Trash removal regular pickup

Other services,attractions

Banks, S&Ls closed

Federal offices closed

Federal courts closed

Post offices local offices closed, special delivery and Express Mail only. Baltimore's main post office will be open for nor- mal 24-hour service; bulk mail entry unit is open from 9 a.m. to 4: 30 p.m.; the BWI Airport Unit, Route 170, building C, door 19, is open 24 hours to accept Express Mail only. State offices closed

MTA buses regular schedule

MTA commuter buses limited service Subway (Metro) regular service

Light rail regular service

MARC service limited to special service only Mobility regular service

MTA Transit Store and Certification office closed

B&O Railroad Museum open

Museum of Art closed

Walters Art Gallery closed

National Aquarium 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Science Center 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Zoo 10 a.m.-4: 20 p.m.

Pub Date: 10/12/98

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